[OpenLayers-Dev] Code Sprint: SLD

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 19:11:20 EDT 2007

Of note:
During the code sprint I helped to start building sample ogc:filters for 
the style. (Actually, I only built one)
The next step I discussed with Andreas was to use a standard GML test 
set which I recommend should be the Tasmania GML used by Geoserver and 
Alex Djioev from Lisasoft did a little work on this yesterday and I 
expect he will be committing to Andreas's sandbox soon.
Of interest and possible concern is that rendering seemed to be 
noticeably slower with the slightly larger Tasmania dataset. This 
dataset is still reasonably small by vector standards and we might need 
to consider ways to optimize.

Andreas Hocevar wrote:
> Chris,
> On 10/2/07, Christopher Schmidt <crschmidt at metacarta.com> wrote:
>> So, I would like to see at least a few tests before we bring it back
>> into trunk:
>>  * Minimal constructor tests for any new classes
>>  * A test or two for each of the Rule.Foo subclasses, if possible
>>  * A minimal test for pulling in SLD.
>>   * Do we write out SLD from rules? if so, a round-trip test would be
>>     nice to have too -- read in, write out, compare to expected
>>     results.
>> Nothing too complex -- just enough to build a framework so that future
>> bugfixes can build on top of it.
> I will create these tests, hopefully today. Pierre already built the
> minimal test for pulling in SLD in the Format.SLD test. We do not yet
> write out SLD, so the round trip test will have to wait until someone
> implements the write method. But, with the new way of storing the
> rules, write() should be easier to do than with the eval stuff before.
> Regards,
> Andreas.
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Cameron Shorter
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